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Berkshire Hills

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A region of wooded hills in western Massachusetts rising to 1,064.8 m (3,491 ft). There are numerous resorts, state parks, and forests in the area.

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  • n. a low mountain range in western Massachusetts; a resort area

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Examples

  • In October no region in the North has a monopoly of beauty, but there is a certain refinement, or it may be a repose, in the Berkshire Hills which is in a manner typical of a distinct phase of American fashion.

    Their Pilgrimage

  • But I don't suppose you would call our Berkshire Hills mountains. "

    Together

  • It has no lofty peaks, no great canyons, no mighty rivers, but it is diversified in the most picturesque manner by the long line of Green Mountains, whose lower ranges bear the musical name of "Berkshire Hills;" by rushing streams tumbling through rocky gorges and making up in impetuosity what they lack in size; by noble forests, gently undulating meadows, quaint farmhouses, old bridges and bits of roadway which are a never-ending delight to the artist.

    The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of 2) Including Public Addresses, Her Own Letters and Many From Her Contemporaries During Fifty Years

  • a certain refinement, or it may be a repose, in the Berkshire Hills which is in a manner typical of a distinct phase of American fashion.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • Cape Cod and the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts both lost population.

    Mass. big cities grow amid losses

  • A South Carolinian, lately come to the Berkshire Hills, owned all this—tall, thin, and black, with golden earrings, and given to religious trances.

    DARKWATER

  • Pittsfield is a rugged but picturesque New England industrial city nestled in the heart of the bucolic Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts.

    The Shadow Market

  • Berkshire Hills was one of thousands of summer camps (which literally millions of children attended) established in the American Northeast (a directory published in 1949 listed 1,783 for New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maine).

    Summer Camping in the United States.

  • Reich went on to establish and direct her own camp, called Berkshire Hills.

    Summer Camping in the United States.

  • The Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts are known for their beauty and summer cultural attractions.

    SHARE before the House Select Committee

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